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[audio]ZIMMER016 - moments of past - CRUtCH - CRUtCH
"The mathematical rules of the universe are visible to men in the form of beauty" (c) John Michell "Die fuenf wildesten Jahre aus unserem bisherigen Leben liegen hinter uns und wir haben Dinge gesehen und getan von denen andere kaum zu träumen wagten. Wir sind zur Sonne geflogen und durch die Scheiße gewatet. Wir haben die verbotene Frucht probiert und Gott einen guten Mann sein lassen. Wir haben gelacht, getanzt, getrunken, geliebt, gevögelt und gebrannt...
Keywords: ambient, dub, electronic, netlabel, netaudio
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[audio]ZIMMER024 - Sondermuell - CRUtCH - CRUtCH
"Nach einer reifen Überlegung die knapp 5 Jahre dauerte, hier das Ergebnis ebendieser" Stolz & Present: "Sondermüll EP"
Keywords: minimal; techno; netaudio
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[texts]The Queen of Sheba, her life and times - Crutch, Phinneas A., pseud
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[texts]Clustering, hierarchical organization, and the topography of abstract and concrete nouns. (Volume 5) - Troche, Joshua
This article is from Frontiers in Psychology, volume 5.AbstractThe empirical study of language has historically relied heavily upon concrete word stimuli. By definition, concrete words evoke salient perceptual associations that fit well within feature-based, sensorimotor models of word meaning. In contrast, many theorists argue that abstract words are “disembodied” in that their meaning is mediated through language...
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[texts]Abstract conceptual feature ratings: the role of emotion, magnitude, and other cognitive domains in the organization of abstract conceptual knowledge. (Volume 7) - Crutch, Sebastian J.
This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 7.AbstractThis study harnessed control ratings of the contribution of different types of information (sensation, action, emotion, thought, social interaction, morality, time, space, quantity, and polarity) to 400 individual abstract and concrete verbal concepts. These abstract conceptual feature (ACF) ratings were used to generate a high dimensional semantic space, from which Euclidean distance measurements between individual concepts ...
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[texts]Impaired self-other differentiation in frontotemporal dementia due to the C9ORF72 expansion. (Volume 4) - Downey, Laura E
This article is from Alzheimer's Research & Therapy, volume 4.AbstractIntroduction: An expanded hexanucleotide repeat in the C9ORF72 gene has recently been identified as an important cause of frontotemporal dementia and motor neuron disease; however, the phenotypic spectrum of this entity and its pathophysiologic basis have yet to be fully defined. Psychiatric features may be early and prominent, although a putative cortico-thalamo-cerebellar network has been implicated in the pathogenesis of th...
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[texts]The cognitive organization of music knowledge: a clinical analysis. (Volume 133) - Omar, Rohani
This article is from Brain, volume 133.AbstractDespite much recent interest in the clinical neuroscience of music processing, the cognitive organization of music as a domain of non-verbal knowledge has been little studied. Here we addressed this issue systematically in two expert musicians with clinical diagnoses of semantic dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, in comparison with a control group of healthy expert musicians...
[texts]The Queen of Sheba : her life and times - Crutch, Phinneas A
Bibliography: p. 191
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[texts]The Queen of Sheba : her life and times - Crutch, Phinneas A
Bibliography: p. 191
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[texts]Scene perception in posterior cortical atrophy: categorization, description and fixation patterns. (Volume 7) - Shakespeare, Timothy J.
This article is from Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, volume 7.AbstractPartial or complete Balint's syndrome is a core feature of the clinico-radiological syndrome of posterior cortical atrophy (PCA), in which individuals experience a progressive deterioration of cortical vision. Although multi-object arrays are frequently used to detect simultanagnosia in the clinical assessment and diagnosis of PCA, to date there have been no group studies of scene perception in patients with the syndrome...
[texts]Voice processing in dementia: a neuropsychological and neuroanatomical analysis. (Volume 134) - Hailstone, Julia C.
This article is from Brain, volume 134.AbstractVoice processing in neurodegenerative disease is poorly understood. Here we undertook a systematic investigation of voice processing in a cohort of patients with clinical diagnoses representing two canonical dementia syndromes: temporal variant frontotemporal lobar degeneration (n = 14) and Alzheimer’s disease (n = 22). Patient performance was compared with a healthy matched control group (n = 35)...
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[texts]Impairments of auditory scene analysis in Alzheimer's disease. (Volume 135) - Goll, Johanna C.
This article is from Brain, volume 135.AbstractParsing of sound sources in the auditory environment or ‘auditory scene analysis’ is a computationally demanding cognitive operation that is likely to be vulnerable to the neurodegenerative process in Alzheimer’s disease. However, little information is available concerning auditory scene analysis in Alzheimer's disease. Here we undertook a detailed neuropsychological and neuroanatomical characterization of auditory scene analysis in a cohort o...
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[texts]Non-verbal sound processing in the primary progressive aphasias. (Volume 133) - Goll, Johanna C.
This article is from Brain, volume 133.AbstractLittle is known about the processing of non-verbal sounds in the primary progressive aphasias. Here, we investigated the processing of complex non-verbal sounds in detail, in a consecutive series of 20 patients with primary progressive aphasia [12 with progressive non-fluent aphasia; eight with semantic dementia]. We designed a novel experimental neuropsychological battery to probe complex sound processing at early perceptual, apperceptive and seman...
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[texts]Altered body schema processing in frontotemporal dementia with C9ORF72 mutations. (Volume 85) - Downey, Laura E
This article is from Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry, volume 85.AbstractBackground: Mutations in C9ORF72 are an important cause of frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and motor neuron disease. Accumulating evidence suggests that FTD associated with C9ORF72 mutations (C9ORF72-FTD) is distinguished clinically by early prominent neuropsychiatric features that might collectively reflect deranged body schema processing...
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[texts]Magnetic resonance imaging evidence for presymptomatic change in thalamus and caudate in familial Alzheimer's disease. (Volume 136) - Ryan, Natalie S.
This article is from Brain, volume 136.AbstractAmyloid imaging studies of presymptomatic familial Alzheimer’s disease have revealed the striatum and thalamus to be the earliest sites of amyloid deposition. This study aimed to investigate whether there are associated volume and diffusivity changes in these subcortical structures during the presymptomatic and symptomatic stages of familial Alzheimer’s disease...
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[texts]Bret Harte's Great deadwood mystery : with tales, sketches, and poetry - Harte, Bret, 1836-1902
"A portion of the contents ... has already been presented to the public in 'Beeton's Annual' ..."--Preface
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